More VIP and Loge Seats Available for the KX 93.5 Festival of Music
Laguna Beach, CA – September 12, 2014
The KX 93.5 Festival of Music featuring The Beach Boys has announced that a limited number of newly added loge and VIP tickets are now available for sale at www.KX935.com. These special seats are limited and will be sold first come, first serve. The event is being held at the Irvine Bowl/Festival of the Arts on Saturday, Sep. 27.
A third option, a “Club Kokomo” meet ‘n’ greet experience with the Beach Boys band, is also available for sale online today.
Loge seats are $90 and VIP tickets are $175. VIP tickets include a pre-show VIP reception with complimentary dinner, drinks, parking, and a fabulous silent auction.
The “Club Kokomo” experience ticket is $225, including a premium main tier center seat plus private access to The Beach Boys sound check, a photo opportunity and Q&A with the band, a flash drive with unreleased Beach Boys music, and a Club Kokomo cocktail.
The KX 93.5 Festival of Music is the first concert approved in Irvine Bowl in more than 10 years. Available tickets start at $55.
Supporting acts will include Say Say, a Los Angeles indie/electronic duo, and 133, a local “super-group” featuring Steve Wood, Beth Wood, Jason Feddy, Nick Hernandez, Poul Pederson, Bob Hawkins, Drew Hester and Alan Deremo.
The show is powered by Tuttle Click Automotive, Wilson Automotive and 133 FILMusic Group. 100% of the proceeds will benefit non-profits KX 93.5, Tony Hawk Foundation, Mauli Ola Foundation, and Surfrider Foundation.
The Beach Boys are led by Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who along with Christian Love, Randell Kirsch, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill and Scott Totten continue the legacy of the iconic American band.
Love’s role as the band’s front man sometimes overshadows his stature as one of rock’s foremost songwriters. “Surfin’,” The Beach Boys’ first hit came from his pen. With his cousin, Brian Wilson, Love wrote the classics “Fun, Fun, Fun,” “I Get Around,” “Help Me Rhonda,” “California Girls” and the Grammy-nominated “Good Vibrations.” Years later, he showed he still had the lyrical chops by co-writing the irresistible and chart-topping “Kokomo.”
Tickets and more information are available at www.KX935.com/festivalofmusic.